Our Partners

Our Partners

Safety in Schools is a small, not-for-profit organization. The work that we do is made possible by the support and contributions of many different partners.

Our Founding Partners and Program Sponsors provide vital infrastructure and financial support to run our day to day operations, while our project and inter-provincial partners play key roles in the expansion of our program offerings and reach.

Founding Partners

ComplyWorks is a global leader in compliance management, offering customers, including small and mid-size businesses to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises, a Management Solution that connects individuals, contractors and suppliers with employing companies via a web-based system. Alongside experienced administrative support, the ComplyWorks Management Solution is adapted to each client’s business processes offering assistance in managing compliance from prequalification to payment through the monitoring of relevant data.

Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, with offices in the United States and South Africa, ComplyWorks is a privately held company and a proud founding sponsor of the Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada.


Gemini SWIFT Learning specializes in performance-based eLearning software technologies and the development of highly effective online training content, working with Subject Matter Experts to create competency-driven, mobile adaptive learning courses and certification programs, quickly and effectively. These programs include industry-recognized certifications in occupational health and safety, and in partnership with CAP Corporation, concussion prevention, brain repair and health and wellness courses.

Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, SWIFT Learning is committed to an ongoing program of research and development to stay at the forefront of a rapidly changing technological and knowledge-based economy and a proud founding sponsor of the Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada.


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Program Sponsors

Lead Sponsor

TC Energy (formerly TransCanada Pipelines) has been our lead sponsor for several years running, recently signing on to another three years of funding to keep Safety in Schools growing.


Other Sponsors

Sphinx InfoTech provides infrastructure support that is crucial to the operation of our online program and communications.


Birchcliff Energy employees have twice chosen to support SIS with funds raised through an annual poker tournament.


Safety & Respect Library Partners

Our Safety & Respect Library was developed by a consortium of industry and educational partners to be a one-stop-shop for valuable information about safe and respectful behaviour in the workplace.

Check out our Safety & Respect Library.

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Inter-Provincial Partners

Since its inception in 2010-2011, Safety in Schools has grown throughout Alberta. Expansion throughout other provinces has always been part of the long-term vision for Safety in Schools and in 2016 the first steps were taken toward making that vision a reality.

Our team was approached by the CEO of Service Hospitality (formerly the Service and Hospitality Safety Association) in 2016 to discuss incorporating Safety in Schools training into their young worker safety strategy.

Service Hospitality provides evaluation, consultation, and training to help employers in the represented industries improve their safety management systems, and works to proactively influence future workers (youth, immigrants, first nations, partners with abilities) to drive safety cultural change in Saskatchewan.

Beginning with a small pilot program in 2017, Safety in Schools is now available in 49 schools across 9 school districts in Saskatchewan, with the Service Hospitality team actively driving this growth.


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Project Partners

In 2014, Safety in Schools was awarded our first Creative Sentencing project. We have since completed six projects funded through Creative Sentencing and two funded by the Alberta OHS Innovation & Engagement Grant program.

Partnerships with other organizations play a key role in the ongoing expansion of our online content and the development and delivery of our in-school speaking program.

As a member of the Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA), Safety in Schools is committed to developing and providing resources that will help our emerging workforce better understand their responsibility when it comes to safe digging.

We have produced two interactive, online resources in partnership with the ABCGA, funded by Innovation & Engagement Grants from Alberta OHS.

Digger’s Guide to Safe Bone Burying is our first foray into developing resources for elementary school-aged children. This online, interactive activity introduces kids to the basic concepts of safe digging and the need to CALL or CLICK before you dig.

The Hole You Dig: Ground Disturbance Gone Wrong was developed for our typical high school audience, but is appropriate for adults as well. This online course focuses on the widespread impact that digging gone wrong can have on the surrounding community, residents and businesses.


Projects that we have partnered with the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) on include:


Tragedy at the Quarry was built in partnership with the Alberta Sand and Gravel Association (ASGA) and the Alberta Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association (ARHCA).

In September 2017, we completed our first Joint Creative Sentencing Project, Introduction to Automotive Shop Safety, in partnership with the Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA).


Bennett Jones LLP has provided oversight on multiple Safety in Schools projects.


In-Kind Project Supporters

These organizations have provided in-kind support, such as interviews, filming locations, training materials and content reviews, for Safety in Schools projects.

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